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150 FREE Labels To Organize Your Craft Room

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Having an organized craft room is a huge struggle y’all, am I right? That’s why today i’m so excited to be sharing with you the answer to all your organizational needs. I have created 150 craft room labels to help you organize your craft room and i’m giving them to you for FREE!

If you’re a Cricut or Silhouette crafter, these labels are going to be perfect for you, but don’t worry, if you’re just a crafty person I’m sure you’ll find lots of labels that you can use as well.

I hope you enjoy these free craft room labels and if you do, leave me a comment and feel free to share this post with a crafty friend who needs to get organized too.

P.S. These labels are super easy to make with your cutting machine, keep reading to find out exactly how and what you need to make them.

Download these 150 FREE labels to organize your Cricut craft room.

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I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love labeling all the things! Now that I have cutting machines, my love for labeling has gone to the extreme and it feels like i’m constantly labeling something new.

If you’re like me and you want to get started with labeling your craft room tools, supplies and work areas, then keep reading because I plan to walk you through the exact process that I use to label my storage boxes, bins, drawers and shelves.

ARE YOU READY TO GET YOUR CRAFT ROOM ORGANIZED? LET’S DO IT!

When I first started creating this list of craft room organization labels I didn’t think I would end up with as many as I did. I can’t believe that craft rooms can have this many things, but they do.

Take a look at the list below. I’m going to tell share with you the exact labels that I made.

HERE ARE THE LABELS INCLUDED

To make this process easier for all of us, I have taken the time to separate the labels into categories.

This means that you can decide which ones you want before you download them all and this way you’re not overwhelmed with labels galore.

Here we go, let me tell you what’s in each of the categories.

Cricut Labels

– Stencil Vinyl

– Permanent Vinyl

– Adhesive Vinyl

– Glitter Vinyl

– Vinyl Scraps

– Iron-On Vinyl

– Pattern Iron-On

– Glitter Iron-On

– Iron-On Scraps

– Infusible Ink

– Smart Vinyl

– Cricut Cords

– Cricut Tools

– Cricut Blades

– Quick Swap Tips

– Cricut Mats

– Cricut Pens

– Cricut Explore

– Cricut Cuttlebug

– Cricut Joy

– Cricut Easypress

– Cricut Bright Pad

– Cricut Maker

Silhouette Labels

– Silhouette Cords

– Silhouette Tools

– Tattoo Paper

– Silhouette Cameo

– Silhouette Blades

– Sketch Pens

– Silhouette Mint

– Silhouette Portrait

– Silhouette Curio

– Fabric Blades

– Silhouette Mats

– Silhouette Alta

– Filament Rolls

Vinyl and Iron On / HTV Labels

– HTV Scraps

– Pattern HTV

– Printable HTV

– Iron-On Rolls

– HTV Rolls

– Heat Transfer Vinyl

– Siser Easyweed

– Vinyl Scraps

– Pattern Vinyl

– Specialty Vinyl

– Printable Vinyl

– Vinyl Rolls

– Chalkboard Vinyl

– Chip Board

– Bass Wood

– Window Cling

– Faux Leather

– Oracal 651

– Oracal 631

– Oramask 813

– Transfer Paper

– Contact Paper

– HTV

– Vinyl

– Glitter

– Scraps

– Foil

– Holographic

– Metalic

– Neon

– Stretch

Craft Blank Labels

– Craft Blanks

– Baby Bodysuits

– Sublimation Blanks

– Ornaments

– Shirts

– Cups

– Keychains

– Canvases

– Mugs

– Koozies

– Tumblers

General Craft Tool Labels

– Weeding Tools

– Replacement Blades

– Cutting Mats

– Extra Cords

– Roll Feeder

– Teflon Sheets

– Pressing Pillows

– Scissors

– Blades

– Pens

– Markers

– Chalk

– Glue

– Trash

– Knives

– Scrapers

– Trimmers

More Craft Room Supply Labels

– Jewelry Making

– Sewing Notions

– Party Supplies

– Office Supplies

– Self-Healing Mats

– Hot Glue

– Rotary Cutters

– Heat Gun

– Glue Gun

– Foil Quill

– Letter Board

– Wrapping Paper

– Kraft Board

– Plastic Shrink

– Spray Paint

– Glue Sticks

– Gift Bags

– Ink Pads

– Chalk Paint

– Mod Podge

– Water Slide

– Ribbon

– Stamps

– Felt

– Washi

– Embroidery

– Etching

– Interfacing

– Pliers

– Punches

– Sponges

– Templates

– Twine

– Velcro

– Glitters

– Cards

– Tape

– Dies

– Resin

– Molds

– Fabric

– Paint

– Brushes

– Sealers

– Vellum

– Yarn

– Thread

Paper Craft Labels

– Paper Scraps

– Sticker Paper

– Paper Pads

– Corrugated Paper

– Cardstock

– Envelopes

Craft Business Shop Owner Labels

– Ready To Ship

– Still Working

– New Orders

– Completed Orders

– Shop Inserts

– Receipts

– Mailers

– Boxes

NOW LET’S CUT THEM OUT WITH YOUR CRICUT!

Here’s a quick note before I start with the materials, my recommendations and the tutorial

You do not have to cut these out with a Cricut cutting machine. You can totally use your Silhouette Cameo or any other cutting machine that you have that accepts the cut files I’ve included.

THIS IS WHAT YOU WILL NEED

Cricut Cutting Machine. (I’m using my Cricut Maker which I absolutely LOVE!)

– The Craft Room Label Cutting Files, which you can find at the bottom of this post. (I suggest you download the SVG file formats if your’e using Design Space. They’re super quick and easy to use.)

– Adhesive or Permanent Vinyl. (I’ll be using Oracal 651 which is a permanent vinyl, but if you feel like you may change your mind later, feel free to use adhesive which is removable vinyl.)

Clear Transfer Paper. (The one I use comes from Expressions Vinyl and it is my absolute favorite. If your transfer paper doesn’t release the vinyl smoothly, try this one. It’s amazing!)

– Your Storage Containers, Bins, Drawers, Shelves, or whatever else you want to label.

HERE’S WHAT I RECOMMEND …

If you’re just getting started with your craft room organization and you don’t yet have storage solutions, i’m going to share some of my favorites below.

I will also share the fonts that I used to create these labels. In case there’s a label that you would like to create for yourself, you can purchase the fonts I used and create your own inside of Design Space :).

MY TOP 3 STORAGE CONTAINERS

You will notice that these all come from Micahels and hey, no apologies for that here. I absolutely love the new Michaels storage solutions that they’ve been releasing recently and I have almost all of them because they work great!

Latchmate Storage Boxes from Michaels

– First up are the Latchmate Storage Boxes. These boxes are from Michaels and they come in various sizes, and they are great quality. I love that they have them in different colors that match my craft room style. A huge plus is that they also stack beautifully and they offer cubby inserts that help you further organize your tools and supplies inside the box itself.

Latchmate Vinyl Storage Box from Michaels

– The NEW Latchmate Vinyl Storage Box! OMG, if you have not yet seen these boxes, also from Michaels, hurry up and take a look. These boxes are made specifically for vinyl and iron on rolls.

They have an insert that lets you organize the rolls separately and neatly. You can get a box for each type of vinyl that you have to always know what materials are vinyl and which ones are iron on.

Modular Mobile Chest by Simply Tidy from Michaels

– The Modular Mobile Chest By Simply Tidy. This is one of my favorite ways to store sheets of vinyl. I have to be honest with you, there are some vinyl sheets that I do not like to roll up. I like to store them flat, and that’s where this rolling drawers cart comes in.

The drawers fit 12×12 sheets of vinyl perfectly and this is an easy to store cart. It can go in a closet or even underneath your desk area. These are also found at Michaels.

IF YOU DON’T SEE A LABEL YOU WANT IN THE LIST

You can create your own labels by purchasing the fonts I used for this project.

– The font that I used for the top row of each of the labels is called “Hello Winter” and I purchased it off FontBundles. It’s super cute and I can see myself using this one for a lot of other projects as well.

– The bottom font is called “Mommy Crafts” and I also got it from FontBundles. They have so many cute fonts, but this one was from the same designer and I decided that was the way to go.

HERE ARE THE STEPS

1. Download the SVG Files at the bottom of this post.

If you just scroll down to the bottom of this post, you will find lots of file types that I’ve included for you. Download the ones labeled “SVG File”. These are the ones we’re going to need inside of Cricut Design Space! Also, make sure you save them to a spot in your computer that you will remember.

2. Upload the label cut files to Cricut Design Space.

Now, log into Cricut Design Space and start a “New Project”, then select the “Upload” button to bring in an image. Once you’re to this screen, browse for the SVG file that you downloaded and upload and save it. Once it’s saved, you’ll see the “Insert Image” button, click that.

3. Pick and Size the labels you’re going to use.

The next step is to right click on the labels that you’ve now pulled into your canvas and select “Ungroup”. This will separate the labels from each other and allow you to delete the ones that you won’t be needing.

Once you’re left with just the labels you need, use the sizing handles to size them accordingly to the area that you wish to label.

4. Now you can send them to cut!

Since you’re going to be using regular vinyl, there is no need to mirror these. Just select the “vinyl” cut setting and let your Cricut start the cutting process.

5. Weed, Transfer and Cut Your Labels.

Once your machine has finished cutting the labels, weed the excess vinyl off the sheet so that you’re only left with your labels.

Now take your transfer tape and cover the entire sheet of labels. Once you’ve done this, use a scraper tool to make sure that they attach to the transfer sheet.

Lastly, take some scissors and trim around each label, essentially creating individual label stickers.

6. Now let the LABELING BEGIN!!!

The final step is to take your storage container and wipe the surface with some alcohol and let it dry completely.

Then take the backing off the label that you want to use, leaving the label itself ON the transfer paper only. You will use this to help you line it up on the surface that you want it on and then using a scraper tool press it and pull off the transfer sheet.

Viola, you’ve done it! Now only a zillion more things to label right LOL.

SO WHAT DO YOU THINK?

Do you love these craft room organizing labels as much as I do? Leave me a comment. And hey, if you have a crafty friend who you know would love these, feel free to share a link to this post with them or even better PIN IT to your favorite board on Pinterest and help me reach more crafters that way.

Happy Crafting my friends!

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DOWNLOAD THE 150 FREE LABELS TO ORGANIZE YOUR CRAFT ROOM HERE

Cricut Labels – SVG, EPS, DXF AND PNG Files Included

Silhouette Labels – SVG, EPS, DXF AND PNG Files Included

Vinyl and Iron On / HTV Labels – SVG, EPS, DXF AND PNG Files Included

Craft Blank Labels – SVG, EPS, DXF AND PNG Files Included

General Craft Tool Labels – SVG, EPS, DXF AND PNG Files Included

More Craft Room Supply Labels – SVG, EPS, DXF AND PNG Files Included

Paper Craft Labels – SVG, EPS, DXF AND PNG Files Included

Craft Business Shop Owner Labels – SVG, EPS, DXF AND PNG Files Included

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Barb

Wednesday 16th of November 2022

This is what I have wanted for a long time. Thank you!

Frances Meren

Tuesday 11th of October 2022

Greatly appreciate your work in putting these files together - and also for making them available for free to fellow crafters. I am a mad, fanatic organiser of everything in my home. Everything is labelled! My husband boasts to people that "he can find anything in the house" due to his wife's organisation! Your labels are 1st class and seem to cover everything in my craft room. They were also extremely easy to download with no need to mess about unzipping the files. Thank you sincerely.

lsmith146

Wednesday 29th of June 2022

Thank you so much for the labels. These are amazing!!!!! This was very generous of you. I can now stop walking in circles and start organizing my craft room.

Gail

Saturday 2nd of April 2022

Thank you so much. Pinned and downloaded. Now to get to work!

Kathie Harrington

Wednesday 9th of February 2022

This is very generous of you; thank you!